If you could only use 1 hand (your dominant one) while cooking, what would you make? Assume you can use the outer heel of the non-working 1.
This describes my current situation. I had major surgery and expect to get some functionality back within a month and most, if not all, within a year, but for now, it's kind of like having that hand tied behind my back. It all came up quite suddenly so, having to deal with everything else in my life that's affected, I wasn't able to plan ahead on this. Links to resources for cooks with challenges like this would be appreciated. Thanks so much, everyone. ;o)
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The pre-chopped veggies from TJ's are a great idea for ingredients in the rice.
And stay out of the kitchen while their cooking...the 'helpful' advice and hovering sometimes isn't appreciated. (I learned this the hard way). They'll fail and learn on their own--just like we all did when learning.
Good luck and get better soon!
Take care of your hand!
This is for a very well designed kitchen center.
food processor is a huge help. think chopped onions and celery for your meatloaf recipe and such or even early spring gazpachos (food processor chopped and NO COOK) ;)